Posts Tagged "Stronger Smarter Philosophy"

Talking recognition….Stronger Smarter – Clarence Valley Review

by on Jun 19, 2013 in Indigenous Education News | 0 comments

Talking recognition….Stronger SmarterAround 180 students from Yamba, Maclean, Palmers Island and Gulmarrad public schools and Yamba’s St James School participated in reconciliation activities at Yamba Public School on Friday June 7. via...

Read More

Applications now open – Stronger Smarter National Leadership Program

by on Jun 19, 2013 in Stronger Smarter News | 3 comments

Applications now open – Stronger Smarter National Leadership Program

The Stronger Smarter Leadership Program continues to engage with inspiring school and community leaders across Australia, creating opportunities for participants to reflect on leadership for school transformation, on school practices, and on the context of Indigenous students in their...

Read More

Introduction to Stronger Smarter – Online Module

by on Feb 15, 2013 in Stronger Smarter Resources | 0 comments

Introduction to Stronger Smarter – Online Module

The Introduction to Stronger Smarter Online Professional Learning Module presents the Stronger Smarter philosophy and meta-strategies and examines critical elements of practice in schools working to make a difference in Indigenous education. The Module encourages participants to reflect on their...

Read More

An introduction to Stronger Smarter

by on Feb 22, 2011 in Videos | 0 comments

An introduction to Stronger Smarter

Dr Chris Sarra gives an overview of the work done by the Stronger Smarter Institute.

Read More

Stronger Smarter: Yes We Can

by on Sep 7, 2010 in Videos | 0 comments

Stronger Smarter: Yes We Can

Stronger Smarter is changing the tide of low expectations in Indigenous education across Australia.

Read More

Getting Closer – Video Series

by on Jun 8, 2010 in Stronger Smarter Resources, Videos | 0 comments

Getting Closer – Video Series

How do we improve the educational outcomes for Indigenous students? How do we achieve quality teaching in our classrooms, a quality environment in our schools and a quality supportive context in our communities? These are among the questions put to students, educators, parents and community Elders...

Read More